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CC1N7761E

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Control Unit
LEC1...
Series 02
Control unit for double or multi-flame supervision of oil, gas or forced draught
oil/gas burners of any fuel throughput (for continuous or intermittent operation).
The LEC1... control unit is designed for the fully automatic start-up and supervision of
those forced draught burners with which the flame supervision should or must be carried
out by separate flame safeguards, e.g. with
- Dual supervision (of the main flame or of the pilot and main flame by means of two
identical or different detectors).
- Supervision of forced draught oil/gas burners (with different types of detectors
according to selected operating mode).
- Multi-flame supervision (i.e. central and simultaneous control of the start-up and
supervision program for several burners, the flames of which, however, must be
individually supervised by one or two flame safeguards each).
The following flame safeguards are available:
LAE10... for the supervision of oil burners with active selenium photocell sensor RAR... in
intermittent operation.
LFE10... for the supervision by means of ionization field (gas burner) or with UV-
detectors QRA... (gas, oil or dual fuel burners, with or without ignition spark supervision)
in intermittent operation.
LFE50... for the supervision with UV-detectors QRA50.../51... (gas, oil or dual fuel
burners) in intermittent or continuous operation.
All devices comply with the relevant European standards for oil, gas and forced draught
burners of any fuel throughput.
The LEC1... can control the following burner plant components: fan motor, flue gas fan,
air damper, ignition transformer, one to three fuel valves, the load controller and an
external fault signaling device.
FM739
Use
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The control unit LEC1... as well as the flame safeguards LAE10... and LFE10... are of
plug-in design and are suitable for the mounting in any position at the burner, on control
panels and in control cabinets. The spacious terminal bases and the housings are made
of impact proof and heat-resistant plastic. The switching mechanism of the unit driven by
a synchronous motor, its relays as well as all other switching, control and adjusting
elements are mounted on solid printed circuit boards.
The following description of the mode of operation refers to the start-up and supervision
of one single burner.
With multi-flame supervision all of the burners connected to the control unit are put into
operation and supervised simultaneously in the same manner. A defect leading to a lock-
out at one of the burners therefore results in the shutdown of all burners. The prerequisite
for the immediate restart of the non-defective burners is the bridging of the flame
safeguard of the defective burner by means of an operating switch. This switch must
simultaneously interrupt all control lines to the ignition transformer and the fuel valves. For
connection examples please refer to data sheet 7781.
The burner is started only if:
- the switching mechanism of the control unit is in its start position
- the control unit is not in lock-out position, e.g. with defective UV-tube
- the contacts of all the control and safety devices in the control loop between
terminal 8 and 9 are closed
- the air pressure monitor does not indicate any air pressure
Defects in the flame safeguard or in the control unit prevent the start or lead to a lock-out
during the start-up.
If the air damper is not controlled by the control unit, terminal 20, 21 and 22 must be
interconnected.
First the fan motor is switched on via terminal 3 and the air damper actuator is driven via
terminal 22. As soon as the air damper has reached its fully open position, the switching
mechanism of the unit starts its run - the prepurge time begins. The minimum air pressure
set at the air pressure monitor must be reached within 10 s (or 7 s in operation with post-
purge) and must be maintained until the controlled shutdown, otherwise lockout occurs. A
flame signal during the prepurge time also leads to a lockout. On completion of the set
prepurge time the air damper receives the control command to return to the minimum air
position. During the air dampers closing time the switching mechanism remains
stationary. As soon as the signal contact for the minimum butterfly position is operated by
the air damper actuator, the switching mechanism starts again and now controls the
program sequence which can no longer be influenced externally:
- Pre-ignition (3 s)
- Release of the 1st fuel valve via terminal 5 (the fuel valve of a pilot burner which must
be closed on completion of the 2nd safety time must, however, be connected to
terminal 10)
- Programming of the set safety time. If no flame is established during this time, lockout
occurs (always with interlocking of the control unit)
- Following an interval of 11 s after the release of the 1st valve, the 2nd fuel valve is
released
- The pilot burner, if connected to terminal 10, is switched off
- The load controller is switched on after a further interval of 12 s. Now the burner has
reached its operating position. From now on the load controller controls the burner
capacity by either increasing or decreasing the fuel throughput and the air volume
depending on the heat demand (fuel/air ratio control). This can be carried out in stages,
i.e. by means of thermostats or continuously (modulating) by using a continuous
controller.
The loss of flame during operation always leads to burner lockout.
Construction of the
Control Unit and the
Flame Safeguards
Operation
Prerequisites for the
burner start-up
Important
Program sequence
during burner start-up
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In principle the program sequence is the same as with burner start-up without ignition
spark supervision. Exceptions:
- If the flame safeguard does not receive any input signal during the short pre-ignition
time (UL2 on position Short pre-ignition), lockout occurs before any gas is released,
i.e. safety time t2 = 0 s.
- With ignition spark supervision the safety time for the pilot burner can only be adjusted
between 0 ... 6 s (in the time diagram of the switching mechanism: t2z).
Controlled shutdown is carried out as soon as one control or supervision device in the
control loop between terminal 8 and 9 open its contact, i.e. the fuel valves are closed
immediately. The switching mechanism starts again and now programs the post-purge, if
necessary. On completion of the post-purge time the switching mechanism has again
reached its start position in which it remains until the next switching on command is
received.
The flame supervision restarts again during the post-purge time; therefore every flame
signal during this time leads to a lockout.
After actuation of the built-in or external reset button the switching mechanism runs
through to its start position. The only burner plant component which is operated during
this time is a fan motor connected to terminal 17. As the limit thermostat or pressurestat
normally continues to call for heat, the unit immediately initiates a restart as soon as it has
reached its start position.
The program indicator continuously shows the respective phase of the burner start-up
sequence. The letters correspond to those of the switching mechanism diagram next to
the viewing window. The figures indicate the remaining pre-purge time. If lockout occurs
the switching mechanism and the program indicator stop and by this means determine
the operating phase during which the lockout occurred.
Remaining pre-purge time approx. 35 s
Valve 2 at terminal 7 is opened
Burner start-up with
ignition spark
supervision
Control program
following a controlled
shutdown
Control program
following lockout reset
Program Indicator
Reading the program
indicator
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Mains voltage AC 220 V -15%...AC 240 V +10% Radio interference protection
AC 100 V -15%...AC 110 V +10% N according to VDE0875
Mains frequency 50 Hz -6%...60 Hz +6% Max. permissible load on the control outputs
Unit fuse, built-in T6,3H250V per terminal 4 A
External fuse 10 A max., slow in total 5 A
Consumption Degree of protection IP40
during start 8 VA Mounting position optional
during operation 5 VA Cable gland Pg11
Weight approx. 2 kg
Identification code according to EN 298
F B L L B N
Environmental conditions: CE-Conformity
- Transport IEC721-3-2 According to the directives of the European Community
Climatic conditions class 2K2 Electromagnetic compatibility EMC
Temperature -50...+60 C 89/336 EWG includ. 92/31 EWG
Humidity < 95 % r.F. Gas appliance directive 90/396 EWG
Mechanical conditions class 2M2 Interfering emissions EN 50081-1
- Operation IEC721-3-3 Immunity against disturbances EN 50082-2
Climatic conditions class 3K5
Temperature -20...+60 C
Humidity < 95 % r.F.
Condensation, formation of ice and influence of water are not permitted.
LFE10... LFE10... LAE10...
Series 02 Series 02 Series 02
ionization field UV-cell selenium cell
Minimum required detector current in A
with AC 100 V and AC 220 V 8 150 8 min.
with AC 110 V and AC 240 V 9 200 8 min.
Max. possible detector current in A approx. 100 approx. 650 approx. 25
Permissible connecting cable length 20 m
1)
20 m
1)
20 m
2)
Permissible ambient temperature 60C 60C
1
) In case of larger distances use low capacitance cable, e.g. one-core cable (total 2 nF max.)
2
) Detector cables must always be laid separately, the selenium photocell RAR8 must be used in case of
larger distances
3
) For information on LFE50... please refer to data sheet 7783
Type/Ordering Supply voltage Factory settings for
reference (V) Hz t1 (s) t2 (s) t9 (s)
LEC1/8851 AC 220...240 50 60 2 2
LEC1/8853 AC 220...240 50 30 2 2
LEC1/8866 AC 100...110 50 30 2 2
LEC1/8867 AC 100...110 60 30 2 2
LEC1/8868 AC 220...240 60 30 2 2
LEC1/8892 AC 220...240 50 60 5 5
LEC1/8906 AC 220...240 50 30 2 5
The control unit is delivered without terminal baseplate. The latter must be ordered
separately using the following type reference: AGG41041713 (EC)
For flame safeguards LAE10... and LFE10... as well as the appropriate detectors, please
refer to data sheet 7781.
Technical Data
Control unit LEC1
Flame supervision
3)
Detectors
Type Summary and
Ordering
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Attention: When using the UV-detector QRA... terminal 10 must be connected to earth!
Basic Diagram LEC1
LAE10... and LFE10...
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AS Unit fuse L2 Lockout warning device, external
AR Working relay with contacts ar... L3 Signal lamp for the flame indication
BR Lockout relay with contacts br... LK Air damper actuator with limit or auxiliary
BS1 Operating switch switches
BS2 Operating mode selector switch (see also Connection examples)
BV... Fuel valve a = actuator runs into position Open
(BV...) Fuel valve for a pilot burner which is switched (maximum air volume)
off on completion of the 2nd safety time z = actuator runs into position Closed
c... Fan contactor with contacts c... (minimum air volume)
d... Auxiliary relay with contacts d... LP Air pressure monitor
e... Thermal overload fuse M... Fan
EK1 Reset button at the unit NTC High-temperature conductor (delay unit)
EK2 Remote reset button OV... Oil valve
FE Flame detector electrode Q Temperature or pressure detector
FR Flame relay QRA... UV-detector
FW Contacts of the flame safeguards LAE10..., R... Thermostat or pressurestat
LFE10... or LFE50... RAR... Selenium photocell detector
GP Gas pressure monitor RV Control valve
GV... Gas valve SB Safety limiter
H Main isolator SM Synchronous motor of the switching
HR1 Auxiliary relay with contacts hr11 and hr12 mechanism
HR2 Auxiliary relay with contact hr21 SQ... Type reference of air damper actuator
HR3 Auxiliary relay for flame detector or flame UL1 Operating switch for motor of the switching
simulation test mechanism
L1 Lockout warning device, built-in UL2 Changeover link for
Short/long pre-ignition time
UL3 Changeover link for STOP or Run of
the sequence mechanism after a lockout
W Limit thermostat or pressure monitor
Z Ignition transformer
* Do not press EK longer than 10 s
T 120 s Running time of the switching mechanism
t1 8...63 s Pre-purge time, adjustable
t2 0...9 s 1st safety time, adjustable (set to 0 s with ignition spark supervision)
t2z 0...6 s Safety time for the pilot burner in case of burner start-up with
ignition spark supervision
t3 t11 + t1 + t12 + 7 s Pre-ignition time Long (during the whole pre-purge)
t3 3 s Pre-ignition time Short
t4 11 s Interval between release of the 1st and 2nd fuel valve
t5 12 s Interval between release of the 2nd and 3rd fuel valve or the load
controller
t6 T- (30 + t1) Post-purge time
t7 3 s Delay time
t8 t1 + 30 + t11 + t12 Total start-up time
t9 0...9 s 2nd safety time with interrupted pilot burner
t10 10 s Bridging time (set time for the air pressure control)
t11, t12 optional Opening or closing time of the air damper
Maximum permissible after-burn time
(counted as of the beginning of t6) 7 s
For the factory setting of the different types, please refer to the type summary.
Legend
for the entire data sheet
Time Diagram of the
Switching Mechanism
t3
t7
t 1 0
t 1
t11
t8
T
t12
t6
t2
t4 t9
t 3 t 5
3
63
66
70
93
90
67
79
81
a
b
a
b
a
b
a
b
a
b
a
b
a
b
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
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t2z
10
Switching times
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The construction, control program and adjustment facilities of the unit allow its almost
unlimited use in burner plants of any size and type of construction, be it expanding flame
or interrupted pilot burners, permanently operating or any other special burners.
- Prepurge time adjustable between 8 and 63 s
- Operation at option with or without post-purge
- Fully automatic control of the air damper, with optional running time of the damper
actuator
- Air pressure check can be combined with functional control of the air pressure monitor
prior to the start
- Ignition at option: direct ignition, with pilot burner as well as with or without ignition spark
supervision
- Pre-ignition time adjustable to Long (during the pre-purge time) or Short (3 s, e.g.
for forced draught gas burners)
- 1st and 2nd safety time adjustable between 0 and 9 s
- Automatic test of flame safeguards and flame detectors during burner-off periods and
the purge times (with lockout if a faulty flame signals occurs)
- Semi-automatic burner start and operation possible
- Optional mounting location and position of the control unit
- Large space for connection in terminal base
- Additional 4 terminals each for earth and neutral conductors as well as 4 auxiliary
terminals
- Continuous indication of the program sequence in the viewing window of the unit cover.
*
- The motor of the switching mechanism can be switched off (simplifies burner
adjustment)
- Cam shaft can be rotated by hand
- Electric remote lockout reset facility
For adjustment instructions please refer to Adjustment facilities at the unit
* It is, however, also possible to program the unit by means of a changeover link (UL3) in
such a way that the programming mechanism does not stop in case of a lock-out, but
that it runs through to the end of the program. The only component that remains under
voltage during that time is a fan for the post-purge which is connected to terminal 17.
In the area covered by DIN assembly and installation must comply with the
requirements of the VDE, especially with the DIN/VDE standards 0100 and 0722!
The electrical wiring must be made in accordance with national and local
standards.
LEC1... is a safety device! The loosening of the securing screws as well as any
changing of the factory setting must therefore be carried out by authorized
persons only!
Check wiring carefully before putting the unit into operation!
The LEC1 must be completely isolated from the mains before performing any
work on it!
Check all safety functions when putting the unit into operation or after having
replaced any fuses!
Ensure protection against contact at the unit and at all electrical connections by
appropriate mounting!
Electromagnetic emissions must be checked from an application point of view!
Condensation and any influence of humidity must be avoided!
Specific Features
With respect to the
application
With respect to
mounting and
installation
With respect to
commissioning and
trouble shooting
Warning Notes
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- Isolate the unit from the mains prior to any adjustment
- Loosen all 6 retaining screws and only remove the unit cover
- The numbering of the switching cams always starts from the motor
- The cam shaft can be turned into any position by hand (clockwise direction of rotation
as seen from the motor)
UL1 ON/OFF switch for the motor of the N5 Cam 5, adjustable (2nd safety time)
switching mechanism N7 Cam 7, fixed
N1 Cam 1, fixed N8 Cam 8, adjustable (prepurge time)
N2, N3 Cam 2 and 3, adjustable (1st safety time) PA Program indicator
N4 Cam 4, fixed
LEC1... is a safety device! The loosening of the securing screws as well as any
modification of the factory setting may therefore be carried out by authorized
persons only!
On the rear side of the baseplate:
UL2 Changeover link for Short/long pre-ignition time, in position Short pre-ignition locked with varnish
UL3 Changeover link for STOP of the control sequence following a lockout or Restart. Only the fan for the
post-purge connected to terminal 17 remains under voltage.
C Long pre-ignition time (during the prepurge)
D Short pre-ignition time (3 s, factory setting)
Loosen screw before carrying out the adjustment and tighten it
carefully afterwards!
Adjustment Facilities
at the Unit
General instructions
Adjustment elements
Important
Adjustment of the pre-
ignition time
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- Loosen the securing screw of the red cam 8
- Turn the cam shaft by hand until the required pre-purge time is indicated next to the
index notch on the carrier of the switching mechanism
- Hold the cam shaft firmly and rotate cam 8 until the contact tappet operated by it just
jumps out or the cam strikes this tappet
- Carefully tighten the securing screw of the cam and check the adjusted time for
accuracy. The set time is also visible in the viewing window, if the unit is in its start
position.
The adjustments of the mark of the red cam N8 to the graduation marks of the black
cam N7 result in the prepurge times given in the following table.
Cam 8 adjusted to...
...cam 7, graduation mark
I t1 = 8 s
II 18 s
III 28 s
Adjustment at stop 63 s
Factory setting ca. 30 s
or 60 s
The safety times are adjusted by setting the red cams of the switching mechanism. Their
time marks serve as setting aid. After the adjustment the securing screws of the cams
must be tightened very carefully to make any unintentional readjustment impossible.
(operation without ignition spark supervision)
- Loosen the securing screws of cams 2 and 3
- Hold cam 1 firmly and align the setting mark of cam 2 with the according time mark I of
cam 1 (see picture and table, intermediate positions possible). Lock cam 2.
- Rotate cam 3 in such a way that its setting mark is set against the lower stop of cam 2.
Lock cam 3.
- Check the adjusted safety time and set the new value on the rating plate of the unit
cover (adjustment slot on the rear side of the cover).
Cam 2 adjusted to ...
...cam 1, time mark I t2 = 0 s
II = 4,5 s
III = 9 s
Factory setting < 2 s
Adjustment of the
prepurge time
Adjustment of the safety
times
1st safety time t2
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(operation with ignition spark supervision)
- Loosen the securing screws of cams 2 and 3
- Hold cam 1 firmly, set the setting mark of cam 2 to the time mark I of cam 1 and lock
cam 2.
- Hold cam 2 firmly, set the setting mark of cam 3 to the required time and lock cam 3
(see photo and table).
- Check adjusted safety time
Cam 3 adjusted to...
...stop in the arrow direction t2z = 0 s
...the other stop 6 s
Factory setting 0 s
- Loosen the securing screw of cam 5 and align its setting mark to the according time
marks of cam 4 (see photo and table, intermediate settings possible).
Cam 5 adjusted to ...
...cam 4, time mark I t9 = 0 s
II = 4,5 s
III = 9 s
Factory setting < 2 s
1st safety time t2z
2nd safety time t9
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For connection examples for the flame supervision with DETACTOGYR LFE50... see
data sheet 7783.
Start-up with long pre-ignition (t3) and supervised air damper control. Air pressure
supervision from the start to the controlled shutdown. No load control. Necessary flame
safeguards: type LAE10... with selenium photocell detector RAR...
Air damper control, detailed
In case of burners without air damper or with an air damper not controlled by the control unit, terminals 20, 21 and
22 must be interconnected; the path 18-c1-21 of the circuit, however, must be omitted!
* Connection is dropped with the use of an air pressure monitor LP
Connection Examples
and Time Diagrams
Double or multi-flame
supervision of oil
burners
1 2 13 14 15 12 19 18 8 9 4 3 22 21 20 17 6 5 7 11
UL.2
M1 M2
M M
c1
e1
P
(R)
c2
e2
H
N
(Mp)
L2
LP
P
c1
*
W
R1
T
T
*
e1
c1
1 2 12 11
a z
M
N
LK
e2
d1
c2
Z
OV1
OV2
OV3
d1
d1
LEC1...
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EK2
16
3
7
4
5
6
FW
3
7
4
5
6
FW
(LAE10...)
SB
Luft
l
M
LK
OV3
OV2
OV1
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t11 t1 t12 t11 tn t6 t12
22
21
21/d1
18/c1/d1
20
LK"a"
LK"z"
A B C D E
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Important
A B
t8
t7
t11 t1 t12
t2
t3
t4
t5
M1
M2
LK
Z
OV1
OV2
OV3
FW
L2
Kl.3
17
22/21
6
5
7
11
13/14
12
tn
C
t6
D E F G H
t6
t7
t1
t2
K L
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I
t3
t5
t4
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Start-up with short pre-ignition (3 s) and supervised air damper control. No load control.
Necessary flame safeguards: type LFE10... with UV-detectors QRA... or ionization field.
Air damper control, detailed
In case of burners without air damper or with an air damper not controlled by the control unit, terminals 20, 21 and
22 must be interconnected; the path 18-c1-21 of the circuit, however, must be omitted!
A Start G-H Operation
A-B Normal start-up H Loss of flame
B-C Operation H-I Lockout
C Controlled shutdown I Reset
C-D Post-purge I-K Run into start position
D-E Closing of the air damper K Restart
E-F Burner off-period K-L Start-up
F Restart L Operation
F-G Start-up
Double or multi-flame
supervision of gas
burners (expanding
flame burner)
Luft
Gas
M
LK
GV3
GV2
GV1
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t11 t1 t12 t11 tn t6 t12
22
21
21/d1
18/c1/d1
20
LK"a"
LK"z"
A B C D E
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Important
A B
t8
t7
t11 t1 t12
t2
t3
t4
t5
M1
M2
LK
Z
GV1
GV2
GV3
FW
L2
Kl.3
17
22/21
6
5
7
11
13/14
12
tn
C
t6
D E F G H
t6
t7
t1
t2
K L
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I
t3
t5
t4
Legend
for the switching diagram
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Start-up with short pre-ignition (3 s) and supervised air damper control. Control of the 2nd
output stage via on/off controller (R2). Necessary flame safeguards: type LFE10... with
UV-detectors QRA...
Operating switch BS1
I Full load
II Stop
III Partial load
IV Automatic control
Operating mode selector switch BS2
I Gas
II Off
III Oil
Double or multi-flame
supervision of burners
for selectable operation
with oil or gas
(expanding flame burner)
Luft
Gas
M
GV2
LK
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GV3
GV1
OV1
OV3
OV2
l
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including supervised air damper control. Necessary flame safeguard:
For oil: LAE10... with active selenium photocell detectors RAR...
For gas: LFE10... with UV-detectors QRA... or ionization field
For oil/gas: LFE10... with UV-detectors QRA...
Operating switch BS1
I Full load
II Stop
III Partial load
IV Automatic control
Burners that are designed for continuous adjustment of the burner capacity (modulating
burners) require, in addition to the standard burner equipment, the devices of the
temperature or pressure control circuit, e.g.
1 Continuous controller, e.g. POLYGYR RWF32 1 Auxiliary relay d1
1 Operating switch BS 1 Control valve or similar for the adjustment
1 Temperature or pressure detector QA.../QB... of the fuel volume RV
1 Actuator for the control of the air 1 Setting unit for remote setting, if necessary FZA...
damper and the fuel throughput
(fuel/air ratio control) SQ...
* Omitted with oil burners
** Recommended for oil burners, if the oil pump is not coupled to the fan motor
This circuit is used when fully automatic operation is not required due to certain reasons
(e.g. with industrial burners). The burner is started by actuation of the impulse contact I;
the burner is shut down by either pressing the circuit-breaking contact 0 or by operating
the limit thermostat.
Double or multi-flame
supervision of
modulating burners
Luft
Brennstoff
M
BV1
RV
SQ...
LK
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Control for semi-
automatic operating
mode
18 8 9
L
N (Mp)
I 0
W
T
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Dimensions in mm
To remove the control unit from the plug-in baseplate, only the 4 screws A must be loosened.
To remove the unit cover the 2 screws B also have to be loosened.
C: Elongated holes for fixing the baseplate.
EK: Reset button
SG: Viewing window
Dimensions
LEC1
Baseplate
AGG 41041713 (EC)
Important:
Landis & Gyr Deutschland Produktion GmbH
Subject to modification
January 13, 1997